In what is likely his last performance in the congressional hot seat, outgoing Motion Picture Assn. of America topper Jack Valenti Thursday labeled piracy a national security threat and implored a…
In a last big rush before the summer, a crowded field of five medium- to small-budgeted movies will unspool this weekend. The contenders are Paramount's "Mean Girls," New Line's "Laws of Attraction,"…
Sundance Institute has selected 13 projects for the annual June Filmmakers and Screenwriters Labs, which take place at the Sundance Village in Utah May 25-June 24.
The 44th Zlin Festival of Films for Children and Youth, billed as the oldest and one of the largest kid fests in the world, opens May 30 with Philippe Muyl's "Le papillon" (The Butterfly).
One of Berlin's most famous cinemas, the Royal Palast, has raised its curtains for the last time.
Paramount Pictures wants to go to bat again with "The Bad News Bears," setting up a remake with Billy Bob Thornton starring and Geyer Kosinski producing.
Five finalists from 39 entries have been selected for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' 2004 Honorary Foreign Film Student award.
Today's long-awaited bow of $10 million biopic "Zapata," the most expensive film in Mexican history, could cause a revolution of its own among local film buffs if reactions to its Tuesday night…
Columbia was forced Thursday to halt filming on actioner "Stealth" in the Blue Mountains two hours west of Sydney after the Land and Environment Court ruled that wildlife would be endangered.
Documaker Ruth Leitman taps into an immensely entertaining subject in "Lipstick & Dynamite, Piss & Vinegar," which looks at the pioneers of women's wrestling in the 1940s and '50s, long before the…
Tim Willis has been appointed director of film for U.K. producers org Pact.